Amy Lewis graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2001 with a Masters in Rehabilitation Sciences in Occupational Therapy. Her first job experience was in the birth to three population where she worked for most of her first 10 years of practice. Beginning with that population afforded the opportunity to experience the foundations of function and how that foundation affects later development. Subsequent practice expanded to older children, but continued to focus on foundations in breath, postural alignment, sensory processing, and self regulation. Early mentors and teachers of great influence include Patricia Oetter, Nancy Lawton-Shirley, Sheila Frick, and Julia and Pat Wilbarger. Amy’s areas of interest include psychology, sensory integration, auditory interventions, and treating from a whole person perspective. Certifications include SIPT, Therapeutic Listening, Rhythmic Entrainment Intervention, iLs, and SSP. She is currently completing a mentorship in Tensegrity Medicine, an approach that provides a framework for treating the whole person from an integrated mind and body perspective, focused on the fascial system of the body and utilizing objective measures of fascial restrictions to guide treatment. Amy has always been fascinated by self regulation and how it affects us all. Her passion for this topic has led her to seek information from sources within and outside of typical OT practice. She enjoys interacting with and providing support to parents and teachers and bringing our OT knowledge to the general population. Powerfully You is a culmination of the last 20 years of working as an OT, combined with life experiences and learning, and a passion for being with others on their journey in a way that comes alongside and offers information and tools.